Adult cape petrels (Daption capense) feeding on a jellyfish at Brown Bluff on the Antarctic peninsula. This petrel is sometimes also called the pintado petrel, the word pintado meaning "painted" in Spanish. Cape Petrels breed on numerous islands surrounding Antarctica.


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Cape petrel (Daption capense)

Adult cape petrels (Daption capense) feeding on a jellyfish at Brown Bluff on the Antarctic peninsula. This petrel is sometimes also called the pintado petrel, the word pintado meaning "painted" in Spanish. Cape Petrels breed on numerous islands surrounding Antarctica.
Credit to: BluePlanetArchive / Michael S. Nolan

Image dimensions: 5400x3595